The constitutionality of judicial review
Judge Napolitano rightly raves about Supreme Court abuses, but does he think that their rulings are tantamount to the law of the land? Before the Civil War, presidents and even states took their rulings into consideration, but not as the final word. How does this influence his opinion on the legality of secession?
This is a very important topic to discuss; see http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/794